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rTITT) AY, APRII. 22, 192'

THE MTCHIGAN DAILY

11~R1'DAY, AT'TUL 22, 1!12? THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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PRODUCTION CLASSES'

Thousands Left Homeless As Result of
Severe Earthquakes Which Sweep China i

CHAULNCE Y DEPE W SAYS COOLIDGE 'FThat people arc much mor'e inter:
WILL BE ELECTED IF SMITH RUNS I cause they no ,longer are Jealous of~
_____hi Il.
(By Associated Preys) Lookingr at it froml the vie T ol~t of! That it is as important for a rnau

TO -STAGENEW 'PLAY~
To lBe 6), fn For Thriee Days St~ating
11ay1.$); ''lieatev Utndeter~minecd
lOee3iuse Of ('on1le11hI21 oll
IFINAL VENTURE
"Meet the Wife," a farce comedvy
by Lynn Starling , will be the final
venture of Play Prlioduction andl Di-
rection, according to a statement of:
David Owen, director of the organiza-1
:4lon. The play will be presented three
(lays, beginning Thursday, May 19, al-
though it is not known as yet whetherI
the performances. will be given in thel
new University theater in University
fll or not. Other arrangements mayl
have to be made due to the condemna-
tion of the 1,Alcony,.by the state fire'
marshal last week. In such an event
one of the other campus {theaters
will be commandeered for the pur-
pose.t
"Meet The Wife" had long runs on
Broadway and throughout the coon-1
try three years 'ago, and it was the
sstarri~g vehicle for Mary Boland and
Clifton Webb. It, deals with a woman,
who has become the boss of her fain-
ily through the disappearance of her
first husband. She has high social l
aspirations for her children, but th
working out of her plans is compli-
cated. by the return otf the (lead, spouse
an~d the finding of another in his
place. The situatio'ns are said to be
:,rich in humor~ of that vein which has
proven so popular during the past {
dramatic season. t
Try-outs are still being held dailyt
for the various parts, although the"
final casting will be' announcedl the;
first; part of the week by Mr. Owen.
Any o'e who is interested is eligible
to try out. Rehearsals will begin im-
mediately.
All' equipment which was used In
the production of "He Who Gets Slap-
ped" has been installed permanently
in the theater and will be supple-
mented 'continually. Since the rear-
rangement of the seats has been ef-
fected it is expected by authorities
that use of the' auditorium for the /re-
malinder of the semester will be al-
lowed by the regents. The balcony

yNEW YORK, April 24-On Saturday, his ninety-third l
another year will have been added to Nvs
the 92 in the life of 'hauncey AT. De- That if Calvin
pew, financier and former United against Al SmnithI for
States senator. Today he sat in his Coolidge will win.
office at the New York Central r'ail--' That prohibition i
road's headquarters here and gave'j That people who
his annual interview revealing, that. Ruth Brown Sayf
since he greeted the newspapermen a i ay murder trial,
year ago, but little change has come' occupy their time."
into the makeup of the man who rap-~ That there is less
idly is becoming one of America's i'e- ithe Catholic church
vered institutions.,'he was a boy.
II
Craing- S11iiiay -.(CodlingI
C oling - Suindahy . Comning

)irt hdlay, he l~ce- of 93 to have playmates as for a youth
of 20. Ile misses most; of heis oldi

Coolidge runs
president. Calvin,
is here to stay.
r'ead ablout thea
rer-Hlenry Judd
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still living.
That hie never Would have lived 1he;
if le hehas- lived wit 110111being an
optiist.
That, the poores.i man today is bet-
ter off than the rich estillm When hoe

was a b)oy.
prejudice against I That we wvonder n )w% at such thingA
inow than when; as television, hbefoe imiiv yeah;:
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1 Above is shown the gaping crack in an Osaka street which is the
result of the recent earthquake in Japan. The territory around Osaka was
laid waste and thousands of people 'were left homeless and thousands of
dollars worth of property were destroyed. The earthquake was one of
the most serious of those that have swept this section in late years. Relief
for -the storm-stricken. peoples is progressing rapidIly.

alone is considlered to be dangerous,
and that has never been usedl officially

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